Hosts Laura Wexler and Jessica Henkin share some of their favorite Rock & Roll stories from The Stoop Storytelling Series, all told live in Baltimore, MD.
Mimi Dietrich and her quilting friends wind up in an elevator with two bananas and more tattoos than she'd ever seen in Hershey, PA. Terry Sapp follows his favorite Hair Metal band on tour decades after their heyday. Jeff Eline's high school rock group does their best at a Battle of the Bands. We encounter fans and fanatics of Journey, Kansas, Billy Joel, Neil Diamond, The Cure, Twisted Sister, and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
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On this episode, an experiment in non-politics.
What is an election if not a fancy job interview? We decided to ask our mayoral candidates to tell us a story from their first job, without campaigning. 13 candidates told their stories. In this episode we hear highlights from each candidate's story. You can find the candidates' unedited stories on our website: stoopstorytelling.com
Candidates in order of appearance: Emanuel McCray (D), Elizabeth Embry (D), Alan Walden (R), David Marriott (Green), Brian Vaeth (R), Catherine Pugh (D), Armand Girard (R), Carl Stokes (D), David Warnock (D), DeRay McKesson (D), Joshua Harris (Green), Patrick Gutierrez (D)
In the first episode of the revamped Stoop Storytelling podcast, hosts Laura Wexler and Jessica Henkin share some of their favorite "First Times" stories. Ab Logan tells the story of his first kiss, physician Ethel Weld remembers a profound first from her medical school days, and Baltimore Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen shares how she found her voice.
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